When I was about eight months pregnant and getting the nursery together I thought I’d never figure out a plan to get all of the items we were generously gifted at our baby shower.
I know, I know. I’ve only been a mom for four months. But in this short period of time, I think I’ve truly come to understand the meaning of “mom style.
Before you read this post, head over here to read my thoughts on the problem with thrift stores and the – generally speaking – lack of fashionable options for plus-size women.
As a lifelong thrifter, I use this blog to encourage women of all sizes to shop secondhand.
This month’s prompt for the 12 Months of Thrifting challenge is a little different than usual.
Let me preface by saying, my husband is a very practical man who plays guitar for a living, travels most of the year, enjoys cooking, and being outdoors.
I recently took over the ReStitch.com Instagram page to share how I sales this I Heart Ronson dress 4 ways. This dress was brand new with the $72 retail tags still attached.
I’ve always cuffed and rolled up my jeans out of necessity, not style.
We talk a lot about shopping on this blog. Thrifting and how to score the best deals is the general theme around here.